2 Primary & 2 Elementary Guides Needed


Pullman Community Montessori

Pullman Community Montessori is seeking 2 Primary Guides, and 1 Lower and 1 Upper Elementary Guide.

Pullman Community Montessori (PCM) is a newly approved charter school in the beautiful University town of Pullman, Washington. Pullman is a small but vibrant rural community bridging the best aspects of a small town with the diversity and energy of a small city. The school is housed and will grow to capacity in the historic Gladish Community and Cultural Center conveniently located in central Pullman. The facility is equipped with a gymnasium and outdoor play space as well limited access to a large and small performing-arts theater. PCM is within walking distance to Washington State University and only 9 miles from the University of Idaho. PCM will open its doors to Kindergarten through grade 5 students in the fall of 2021, expanding a grade level per year through grade 9. To ensure our program starts strong, with an unwavering commitment to high-fidelity public Montessori, PCM has contracted with key organizations including National Center for Montessori in the Public Sector and Teton Science Schools Place Network. Join our team to capitalize on the opportunity to be the change you want to see in public education and build a program from the ground up. Please visit our website –www.PullmanCommunityMontessori.org– to read the full position descriptions and APPLY.

Average Salary Range: $44,199 – $78,207 based on experience and credentials. PCM employees, like all other public-school employees, receive benefits through the Washington State Retirement System and State Employees Benefits Board (SEBB). Benefits include: Medical insurance through SEBB, contributions to the employee’s account with the Washington Department of Retirement Systems, and six (6) paid personal days as well as all school holidays each year (includes 1 week at Thanksgiving, 2 weeks over winter break, and 1 week over spring break). Additionally, PCM is committed to supporting teachers in a continuous cycle of improvement achieved through over 30 days of professional development and collaboration time each year.